British Prime Minister Theresa May will be forced to seek an extension to the Brexit deadline as the UK continues to grapple with yet more political turmoil.
Philip Hammond has said he will review cash granted to Northern Ireland in the coming months, amid claims the UK government is trying to buy the support of DUP MPs for Theresa May’s Brexit deal.
The DUP has moved to squash speculation Northern Ireland could be offered extra cash by Theresa May’s government in a bid to break the Brexit impasse.
The deputy leader of the DUP Nigel Dodds has said his party did not discuss further cash for Northern Ireland during meetings with senior cabinet ministers on Friday.
The EU will fight “fire with fire” by levying tariffs on UK food exports to Europe if Britain enacts draconian new taxes on Irish farm products in a no-deal Brexit.
THE road signs at the frictionless Irish border might as well say ‘Welcome to Bandit Country’ if a no-deal Brexit goes ahead.
The rejection of Theresa May’s Brexit deal for a second time leaves the country in turmoil with just 17 days to the scheduled break from Brussels.
A group of Conservative MPs including Jacob Rees Moggs have joined forces with the DUP’s Nigel Dodds to formally propose that Brexit be delayed until May 22.
The Dublin Port Company (DPC) fears a standstill of truck traffic in the immediate aftermath of Brexit if its plans to take back land which has been leased are hampered.
Theresa May is yet again set to push Brexit to the absolute brink in two parallel confrontations, with the EU on one side, and her own rebelling Conservative Party colleagues on the other.